Sunday Reflections

Hate feeling lost Sundays at church? Searching for a better explanation of the bible than what you hear from your pastor's sermon? Check out the collection of audio, video, and text commentaries from various Christian experts for a better understanding of the Sunday's scripture readings.

Workers in the vineyard

The Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

God our father invites us, his children, to join in the harvest. To enter into God's divine work. But how do we respond to God' grace? Can we grasp the call for repentance and turn back to God authentically? Instead of following our own intentions let us empty our pride and ego and join in the divine work in the vineyard. More

The Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

God focuses on the well being of each of us. Because we bring our own limited perspectives we often cannot understand God's mercy, love and care for others. Where we compare others to our standards, God graces us all the same with dignity and attention. It is not for us...

The Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

When we close our perspectives to only ourselves we begin to hold others accountable to how they treat us. We seek vengeance and our form of justice and ignore our own sins and offenses. Only in broadening our sight to see God's mercy and forgiveness of our faults can we...


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Faith Amidst Tragedy

The Power of Faith: Interview with Liz

Faith is stronger than life's struggles if we attend to it. Liz shares how her faith in Jesus Christ has evolved and how that has helped her in her life's journey. Although there have been many challenges what has strengthened her is her growing relationship with Christ. Hear how a Christian can shine God's light in the darkness. More

Unraveling Prayer

Many Ways to Pray: Interview with Desiré Findlay

What is prayer? How can we pray to God? Desiré Findlay shares her voice on what prayer looks like to her through writing, dance, Lectio Divina and more. Listen in...

Communications within the Church

Interview with Erika Jacinto

Meet Erika Jacinto who works as the Director of Communications and Media Relations, as well as the press secretary for the Archbishop, of the Catholic Church of Montreal. Erika shares...

Motherhood as a Working Professional

Christian Mother: Interview with Maria E. Luevano‑Salazar

Maria E. Luevano‑Salazar shares her view on motherhood as a working professional. She draws inspiration from her childhood experience of seeing her own mother and other family members raising their...

Scripture Conversation

Alex and Sr. Joanne have a Bible conversation on the meaning of the lectionary scripture readings. These two Christians rely on other's commentaries, their experiences and knowledge to find the common themes, ideas, and lessons for the first reading, Epistle, and the gospel reading. Subscribe to the YouTube Page to see all past reflections.

Seeing Jesus Past the Storms

"Whatever our great fear is, God is greater. Whatever we can imagine and try to limit God to be, God is greater. God exists beyond that and that can be terrifying to know how limited our minds and thoughts can be and how grand God is."

How to Uncover God's Hidden Treasure

"To receive divine wisdom we have to acknowledge our limitations, suppress our ego and be open to receive God. No matter our knowledge or possessions we cannot compare to God."

The Forgotten Meaning of the Parable of the Sower

"you never know where things are going to bear fruit and it's certainly not up to us to decide where it will and will not bear fruit. We're just called to keep doing it. That's the keep sowing part"

What loving God more than family really means?

"It's about a realization that I'm part of an enormous communion that's held by the divine"

What Most Christians Forget When Evangelizing

"when Jesus who could have done all this on his own chose instead to commission a group that would constantly get bigger over the years, that itself is a reflection of the Trinitarian life and love of the divine, right. In God self God isn't alone. So if we image God...then we're not called to be isolationists, individualists."

Bible Verse Reflections

God's Word in the scripture verses is powerful. Every verse can hold significant truth if we allow ourselves to meditate on them. Sometimes all it takes is one scripture verse to impact us and feed our mind and soul. Meditate on any of the following posts and grow deeper in your faith and understanding.

Luke 4:15 Praise God at Church Could we be failing at praising God because we are not appreciating Jesus’ presence?
Mark 6:52 Trusting That God Provides When faced with problems in lives how often do we turn to Jesus for our solutions?
1 John 4:8 Knowing God by Loving How aware are we that to know God is to express love to others?

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